Fields of Fire
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Fields of Fire  -     By: Ryan Steck

Fields of Fire

Tyndale House / 2022 / Hardcover

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Waiting to be deployed on a critical mission, elite Marine Raider Matthew Redd stops to help a stranger and wakes up hours later to learn his team was wiped out in an ambush. Unable to remember anything, Redd can’t deny the possibility that he’s somehow responsible for the information leak that led to the massacre. He’s given a deal to avoid a charge of treason, but it means walking away from the Corps and the life he loved.

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Title: Fields of Fire
By: Ryan Steck
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 425
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2022
Weight: 1 pound 6 ounces
ISBN: 1496462866
ISBN-13: 9781496462862
Stock No: WW462862

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“You know Ryan Steck as the Real Book Spy. Now, get to know him as the author of Fields of Fire, his debut thriller featuring Marine Raider Matthew Redd in a battle that will leave you speechless and begging for more. Lock and load!” —Jack Carr, Navy SEAL Sniper and #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Devil’s Hand

Waiting to be deployed on a critical mission, elite Marine Raider Matthew Redd stops to help a stranger and wakes up hours later to learn his team was wiped out in an ambush. Unable to remember anything, Redd can’t deny the possibility that he’s somehow responsible for the information leak that led to the massacre. He’s given a deal to avoid a charge of treason, but it means walking away from the Corps and the life he loved.

As he faces his loss, Matty gets a cryptic message from his adoptive father, J. B.: “Trouble’s come knocking. . . . Might need your help.” He points his truck home to rural Montana, only to discover that J. B. is dead and the explanation for his death is far from satisfying. Determined to dig up the truth, Redd uncovers a dark global conspiracy with his hometown at the center and no team at his back—except one he might find among past friends, old enemies, and new allies, if he can figure out who to trust.

Endorsements

“Ryan Steck’s Fields of Fire busts out of the chute with non-stop action, and it never lets up until the final page. A magnificent debut with a terrific sense of place in Big Sky country and a hero to root for in Matthew Redd.”

C.J. Box, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Shadows Reel

 

"The stakes—and tension—don't stop building until they explode into a denouement readers will never forget. The debut thriller of the year."

Kyle Mills, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Enemy at the Gates

 

“You know Ryan Steck as the Real Book Spy. Now get to know him as the author of Fields of Fire . . . featuring Marine Raider Matthew Redd in a battle that will leave you speechless and begging for more.”

Jack Carr, Navy SEAL sniper and #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Devil’s Hand

 

“Ryan Steck hits it out of the park with his debut, Fields of Fire. Part military thriller, part spy novel, part good old fashioned western, Matthew Redd has cemented himself as the go-to man in a bad situation. It starts off with a literal bang and never lets up, with an ending that will leave readers scrambling for more."  

Brad Taylor, New York Times bestselling author of End of Days

 

“Ryan Steck has gone from writing about thrillers to writing a first-rate thriller himself. All you have to do is start reading about his new hero named Matthew Redd to understand. This is a book that does exactly what books like it are supposed to do: Keeps you turning the pages to find out what happens next. And spoiler alert? Every time you think you know, you don’t.”

Mike Lupica, New York Times bestselling author of Robert B. Parker’s Payback and Stone’s Throw

 

“Thriller fans, debuts don't get better than this. Explosive from page one and rarely letting up, Fields of Fire heralds the arrival of hard-charging, even harder-hitting Marine Raider Matthew Redd to the genre's pantheon of mesmerizing franchise heroes. First-time author Ryan Steck writes with the expertise of a seasoned pro and delivers one thousand percent. Get your hands on this book!"

Chris Hauty, nationally bestselling author of Storm Rising

 

 

Editorial Reviews

A former Marine investigates the death of his adoptive father in Steck’s strong debut. . . . The suave yet vulnerable lead and propulsive narrative will keep readers hooked. This is an auspicious start for Steck.
There’s a lot we’ve seen before in Ryan Steck’s tumultuous thriller Fields of Fire, but all of it is done exceptionally well. Steck’s debut actually gives us two bangs for the buck, hitting on a pair of classic thriller tropes in the same volume. First, we follow special ops Marine Matthew Redd dealing with the aftermath of a massacre he may or may not have perpetrated. That’s due not to the fog of war, or combat, but the fact that Redd is suffering from amnesia and can’t remember what happened. We’re also treated to the angst-riddled Redd’s return home to Montana to deal with a deadly threat to his hometown in a fashion that would make Lee Child’s Jack Reacher proud. A veteran reviewer with one of the genre’s most popular blogs, the Read Book Spy, Steck is understandably well-versed in the genre. But his command of battle scenes and the warrior mindset is exceptional. Fields of Fire reads like Nelson DeMille seamlessly blended with the likes of Brad Thor, Brad Taylor, or Jack Carr, and is not to be missed.

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